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i ( v ji l. X.mUim WUinfMi erfT.t.MCTieasJ sj jrf.e mil rfk.. BRIGHT VERSE. First Lore. i My love was young. 1 loved her no. That spite of Ml 1 vainly did To keep It as a secret bid, All naturo seemed to know. Ho loves her so," the bluoblrdd strop, He loves her so," caught up the breeze. Whispering soft to the old 0.1k trocs, " Ho loves her so, sho Is so young." Mylovo was youtur, Her cheek grow red. When, with toy youthful heart grown bold, My sweet confession all was told " I love you. too," sho said. The brcezo had paused and about us hung. It listened to her honoyed words And gave thcin back to tho trees and birds Slio loves him, too; she is so young." My lovo was young And so was L Lovo held a glass before our oyes Through which tho world scutnei l'aradlso, So swift tho days went by: Until our kuell of lovo was rung Lal Gracious mo" our mothers said, And wo were spanked and put to bed-Things end that way when we are young. Koy I In Truth. In n Picture Cillery. He died In Kome' the dull book said: The canvas ail a'low riung back tho llu tli.it I had read And calmly answered no! James Klloy, In N. Y. Independent. A .Mistake. I'vo read it on tbo printed page, In many a song I've heard it sung, ' It's been docUrod by many a s.ige Tho endless leugth of woman's tongue. ' They say that stars may cease to shine, That comets from their talU may sever. That solar systems may untwine, Hut wonun'M tongue runs on forever. Hut this is not the truth, I guess, I'or when I asked, tho other day, A little girl to Just say "yes." Sho didn't bnvo n word to say. Tom M.isaon, In Detroit Free Press. "There's .Mischief In Her Kyr," There's a fascinating presence floating out upon tho air; Smiles lurk upon her features, and sunshine lights her h.Ur. There's grace and beauty blended, as bho trlpj so g.iyly by; Thorc's a wealth of love in keeping and thcro's misihUf in her eye." Do ware, O youth, Impressible, Admire, but bo ware. There's a bit of natlvo coquetry behind tho faso so fair. Tho gracp and beauty in her step, as she trips g.tvly by, Aro for the moment only "There's mischief in her oyo." John Wontworth, In Good Housekeeping The Itrlght M1I0. Looking on the bright sido That's the way to go: Bet you It's tho right slilo 4 Summertime or huovt! Nuthln' much in grlovin' Keeps you In the groove; It's a man's bcllevln' Makes the mountains movol Clouds is got a light sido All the bells'U chime; Lookln' on tho bright sido . Gits there every timet Atlanta Constitution. Her Kriixou. "Tis strango that It always Is easy For a man when he's flirting, you know, To swear to u woman ho loves her, Uy all that's above and below. But when he Is truly In earnest, Tell mo the I pray, "Tin awfully hard to utter Tho words that ho fain would sayr" Sho replied, as her dimples deepened: The reason Is simple, forsooth: 'Tis because It is awfully hard, sir, For a man to utter the truth." Wolcott, In Life. Gotl'a Word. Not only In the Book Is found God's word. But in the song of every brook And every bird. In sun and moon and star Ills message abluent The Udders that tlecu tho grcon fluids ate Ills fragrant lines. Ills whispers aro the brceie. And His tho volco That bidu tho lerncs upon tho truvs Slug and rejoice. Go forth, O soul I nor fear. Nor doubt, for He Shall make tho ears of faith to bur, 'lho eyes tosro. Frank I). Sherman, In S. S. Times. Ki-pt AftiT School. I am sorry," ald tholr teacher, To keep you, Tom and Joo; I do uot Uko to punish you, licfumo it grioves me so." Hut hopeful Tommy whispered To naughty llttlo Joe, " If she a so xrry sorry, May bo sho'll let us go!" -Adm L. MltcJblll, In St Nicholas My Athlutlc (llrl. Three times a week, with dumb-bells big, Shu tolls and knows no case, And, clad In totno ungraceful rig, , Sho cllngj to the trapeze Upon the horizontal tar sho swings, - " And, like some lady circus star, Spins round upon tho ring. i:ach day sho puts tho boxing gloves Upon her dainty hands. And, caring not for those she lores, Sho counters and she lands. Ob, would to Heaven sho would try A much mora peaceful art, And go back to the days gone by Ez. When sho took up Dilsarte. For now I have to uo great care And know what I'm about, To kiss her I don't oen dure; Tho girl might knock mo out. Tom Masbon, in N. V. Sua Agony! Tho music ceased, the curtain rose, I did not heed tho play, Hut gazed upon tor lovely f.t; Sho t,at two seats away. Her cbeoks llko tlntod nppio bloom. Her teeth llko gleaming pearls, Bur eyed us bluo u.s summer skies, A wealth of golden curls. Ami an I gated upon her fuco There euine u look of puin; Llko cloudy shadow o'er the tutwt, Jt patiU, thm came amta; I saw tbo tear drop In her oyes, Tho rote tint fU away. And that fair cheek grow deathly pale In HiKt.hltMci iitfony. She turftod and louebed Iter tvoort's arm, Ihcy hlowlv went uwur; My beart Uat fast with ympalhy, I did not heesl the play. II aoou returned and took his sat, I ! In gnu t urpriie; He read the quuktion I would aU Flajth froti my euer cytM. And as the tniutle dial away His lipa thti answer boro: M My s.ster's feet are number Bve, Hci shoes aro ni'mbor four '' I Ii W fatocker, in Boston Globe. The IncTltnblo. Mr. Otto Town Ye.', I always do my wife's shopping once a month. It's an awful job, and I shall bo glad when I get brjmo with these thiugb! H I , fv'i Sl'jir1 mun in 4&f&f(Xr City Friend (tho following morning) leavens, Town ! Haven't you been homo with thoso things yot? Mr. Otto Town (dejectedly) Yes, I'm only bringing some of them back to bo exchanged. Puck. The Critical Word. mi "Does your daughter speak the foreign languages?" "Not very much, but sho has learned to say 'Yea' in six of them." Life. Whither Are Wo Drifting? fl k 1 w ,L..Mi 5 1111 T! . a 9 if rw&rt&ww , ' . iv-s. & acxiLy wi'M y u ? .'Asj?vyj .7. n.vs Wesley WhyJIarrj' traveling nlono? Harry No, indeed! Wife's in tho Bmoking car. Sit down. Truth. ' Tho Ileal Dllllrulty. 3.M !L fiVh I Pit Wvfiy&m WvSoFT Ho (nervously) Do you think it right for us to bo here ulouo without a chaperon? Sho Oh, yes. Mother says sho would not bo afraid to trust mo any wheto with you. He But I don't know whether I daro trust myself with you. Brooklyn Life. Her Preference. km m Husband Where's my hat? Ah, there it is! Wife Sh tho pug is nsleop in it. You'll havo to take your derby. Hallo. i'rrparotl 1'iir KiouiceiirlCK. aVttomliitW!trtt'M your rM innn xot Ins lunula tki nji liKc t'.iat fur, mtnty? Unci Rss.trt' IVtlT Ifftlf Tie wws bonu Ut4?rf' jKmltry hiinw, mhIi, nn ho hinl pie 1. '; ' It" i.iilit j,tt sib. i. .uk. tuaMuiHu. Jiu .a. tu 1 rszrx A Ilnlntr Worklmg. Cut out two circles of pasteboard the bIzo of nn oiiliunry tea saucer nml cover each on both fides with figured silk or silkoline. Tuko n strip of tlm same, yrl lout,', iintl outlier each entl, sewing it around one-half ot each of tlio circles preiwired. Then gather each fcelvago of the silk with cord miry hm i W 1 Ik w WOT or stout sewing silk until tho gather. tho length of tho edges one-half and fasten cotd or silk firmly to tho cir cles. Two fctraps of riblon to hang the wholo up by, and a big Ihw of tho sniuu on tho circlo that will hang outermost, completes this charmingly convenient bag. It is specially useful, because it has no draw strings to wear it out, nml becauso work can bo put in or taken out as it hangs, without tho trouble of taking it down. A. I. W. How Much Rain Will Fall? Tho Wcikly Iips Btruck a popular nolo in its weather Rtiessing contests. A wonderful amount of interest was taken in the oiler of 1,- 000 for tho closest giUBaea to the coldest day and temperature during Fobrtiitry, at Louisville, and much valuable information was gathered by subscribers on tho subject. This contest has just been decided, there being 2S lucky guessers. The Weekly now makes another oiler ou the fattio line. For tl e closest guesses to the amount otrain Unit will fall nt Louisville during the mouth of May, the Weekly Courier Jourim! will give $1,000. Thia inouev will be divided into 10 presents one ol 1500, two of $100 eHcb, two of $50 each, four of $'.'5 each, and 10,of $10 each. Each guess must bo accompanied by f 1, to pay for one year's 'eubecription to tho Weekly Courier-Journal, tho beet democrat paper published. The rainfall is measured, to tho hundredth part of an inch. The heaviest rain-fall in May during tho past 20 years wan eevrti inches and forty-six hundreds of an inch. The lightest was.tono inch even. The measurements are made by tho Government otliclals of the. Weather Bureau at Louisville. Sample copies of the paper with full particulars of the contest, will besentfree to any address. Write at once, as under no circumstances will any guesses be received after April 30th. Weekly Courier-Journal, Louisville, KV; Ciianokos tiik (. A C On Sunday April 1st, lho ppring schedules of passenger trains on the Q teen A Cn scent went into e fleet. The service has been carefully arranged with a view to the convenience of the public, and in order to handle spring and summer trallic in a manner most comfortably and promptly. The equipment of the (Jieon A Crescent lb known everywhere for its elegance and convenienc", and tho new schedules an iutendel tt increisj itn va'ue to the Irrtveler. Ask agents, for time, information, etc. W. C. Kmearson, (J. I A., Cincinnati, O. 1 Illinois and Wisconsin, As every one knows, contain the most delightful summer resorts in the northwest, and they are best reached by the Wisconsin Central, which 1ms been very aptlv termed "tho line of lakes." Particular attention has been paid to this class of travel, and every comfort and convenience of passengers looked after. There are good hotels stall these retreats which op?u about June 1st and afTord very good accommodations at reasonable rates. For full particulars, maps nml guide books, address J as. O. Pond, Genl. I'afsr. ArL Milwaukee, Wie. Thoio who never load the advertisements in their newspapers ml more than they presume. Jonathan Kenison, ot Dolan, Worth county, Iowa, who hid been troubled with rheumatism in his tick, arms and shoulders, read an item in his piper about bow a prominent (Serman citizen of Ft. Madhon had been cured. He procured the same meditlne, and to use his own words: "It cured me right up. He alro says: "A neighbor and his wi'e were both sick in bed with rheumatism Their bor wxs ever to my house and said they wem 10 tad he had to do the cooking. I told him of Chamberlain's Pain lUlm ami how It had cured me he got a bottle and It cured them up in a wn k so cent bottles tor salo by Or. S. G. Hock cr, Druggist, Stanfo'd. Wbn ItaUy was ricli, wo Rive !ut Vu&kI. When hlio was 11 Cbikl, slw cried for Uistwrli. ' Whi no Ix'como Slim, rfio clurs to CrMerUv. When ibe h id Cttiklraabe gpvothem GvCorta. Owr htterhlveay thy could not Uip house wiihMt ChamTieilutn' Coujh Kerned. Il " d in 'rare than rulfth hORies In Ln1 Sims litrs ,Td. Iowa. Th 1 shows theV,e'm !.' win h that Is hW wh're lihas Jen wld lor var and Is wnll kn wn Mothers have learn el iliitthwclnothiog Q g'oi for cold, crojp nd whooing eu(h, thit it cures lh(0 silmesft iinkly and prfia!jntlr andUatlt U pl nt f..r tn tuku. 11 and to 0rit Ml-1 il- forwle by Or. !. (J, llocktr, UrnKsfift, tan. trd , It will be an iwieayiblu surprise to porsosvs aub beet lo aitaeks of IhKwii colic to laru that prjmpt relief nsny bo hid b taking Chamberlain s CMtc, Cholera and Diarrhea Itemedv. In mar.y the attack may he prevented by taking this remedy a soon .lithe lint symptoms of the du easo ai.ui ,tr. and u c nt bottles for Nile I y Dr S O (focl'er, liisgu,Stitilord )fi5iHCiHaVM Denmark Chief. Di'iimatk Cl lef 111 prrcnt season at $5 to Insure a Living Colt He is a nice biy, 15 liaml i, Inch's hush, five old He saddle wdl but h nut been trained. Ho if by Hut hmon Chief. No ik. by Mettcnecr Chid Hulchinvin ChicTii llisl dim bir Sentinel; id dim 1 jr Air n 'er jj darn by Ked Jackt, Mrnwnser Ch.ef by Abdullah Pilot, 1st dam by MamlirliHi tddam by Manibiino Clikt. jd dam by Imp , Dcnntaik Chirrs 1st dam was sired by bumpier Demnaik, he by (.'ioldaid' Denmark, he by ftamrft & Cromwell' Denmark, he by ihe rate hoie Denmark, h by the Imp. Ileiltfclofd His ad Oam washy On I'm , jd dam by Krd l.lon. Mares paried with lorfeils the InMiraiue Will m.ik th oon three miles fiom Crah Orcluid, on the Crab Onhvd and Stanford pikv SAMITKL COCHRAN, Crab Orchard, Ky "Irigrolk Will make the preieat season of 1694 nt tho farm of the late I.. D. Garner, j miles from Irab Orchard, it $G to.Inauro a Colt 4 Months Old. Hi Uncla U a Kid Hay Stallion, Saddle and liar' ncss Combined, 16 hands hifh, fine stIe and action and has fine mine an i tall He was sired by Abdallah Miiirnger, he by .MrfserKr Chief. First dam by old I.eslrKtoii, the fine Niildle ci.i2TTOr, j:r. This fine jimncJneV will serve a limited iiMmlct ot mares at Kif.ht Dollirs. Soaion money dueif maro Is traded er parted with. W. S GAIINKK, CrabOrckarJ, Ky. GILT : EDGE : 261. nEQISTKHED. BY SECOND JEWEL 48. Dam by old btonewall JacVsnn. This lancy saddle stallion will nake tho itsnw of IS.J4 at our staWe mile Irum Mllledgev lie. Lincoln county, Ky.. on the Munlord and piko. Owmtf to tho icarnty of money, we will stand him At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. Money due when the colt Cones or mare partiil with Mares grsred or reasonable prices Not responsible Inr accidents should any occur. Uit Edo is a beautiful red sorrel, flaiy mano and tail.is hands 3iuches hljh; was foaled Sept 6, le' ard is a teifcct saddle horse. (Jilt Kdjewai showrlas a j irar.cld and look the sweipslake premium at Kirkivlllc nu Dan viileand in hisowiirliiE at Harrodtburr 1 hose who want to breed to a roou saddle stallion ate cordially luvilcd to look at our horse aud sec him move He was sired by Socond Jewel, ho by Cunningham s Jewel, he by old WashinKton Denmark. His first dam Minnie bv McDonald's Halcorn. i am by Wells' Cruudir, lili lit dam by Stfiiewsll lacksan, he by Washington Denmark, he by Hlack Denmark, his 1st dam by Crusader, ho by Old Whip, id dam a Kocky Mountain rraie MADISON SANDIDGE & SON, Milledgcvillc, Kr EIGLE : BIRD. Winner ol tht 5so Stake at LeaitRitn. Winner of Swtrpstakc Piemium at I.eiii'Ktcn. Winner of Agod Premium and Swerpstakes at Paris. Won Second .Money in In stakes at Vei sallies W.,ii '1 hird Money In o Slakes at Vn I'svnrih Moy in $jo Stakes at Stanford. Won the $icm CnolMil Purse at Dantllle. Lacle Hird is a heatuinl fcl n with small star, stands over 16 hand liih, has Ikvvinif 11 tine nd htuvy tail. Kalc lllrd was slrtd by the-great Kihr icle, winner of nitre than 48 Illue 1 iei. Flrt dam by SUr t'OK'c, ion 6f Cablell'i and dam by Hamlet Denmark, ton of Washington Denmaik; 31I dam by Harris' Denmark, son of Miller's Denmark. Eagle Hird will stand the seanon of 1S91, at my farm two miles tit of Stanford, on the Shelly City pike, At $20 to Insure a Living Colt. Money or enh nolc will be required when the fact is ascertained. Eagle Uird is one it the grandest show horses in Kentucky. Monte Cristo, hii uncle, Is the only hottc shown in the Illue Grass Circuit, that hi- did not defeat. He could be relied upen to make a gallant snow wherever called upon and alwaji finished as game ai a race horse, although some ol tho "knowing ones'' pronounced him no good. As a breeder of fine, high styled, good colored coin, he is not surpassed by any hone in Mares from a distance will be furnished gran alter May 1st at J1.50 rer month. ar.d must be paid at the removal of marn. Care taken to prevent accidents and escapes, but not responsible should any occur. Pining with 01 removal ol ware ferfntt tins in- suraocr. Wll alo stand n fine m'e Jack at $7 i"re a livittf toll. K. P. WOODS, . Smnlord, Ky. ICE, ICE. I am now rmwly to WssUirtT majsufdvtuied lea lr.thSUnfo.4 Factary cV'ril"i' every mcrnlsiff at the raU jf FlrlY Clt.vl PfcK ll.'NrKl POUNU LOlavntxl vr,til , in smsdler ! R RKMgUt SiJ, (rd "mTw. b. penis y Dentist. Office h.i th id Mam St . in off ' vucatedhyDr. Ltc I Hullmar, bi .nford, Ky Commissioner's Sals Of a Store-House and Lot and the Famous Green : ISriar : Sprlnj;. MNC JbN CIHCUIT COUUT. D, O. Slaughter's Admr , I'Uintiir,) Again.t J. Notice of Sale O. O Slsughter'shrs A- irs, Delt.J Pursuant ton Judgment hervin at the Kebrusry term of this Cojrl. t.'io undersuiiil Lotiiinusiunrr will on N SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1894, llctwern the onrs of u A M., anil P. M , on the ublk inaie m tne tnwn of Crad Orchard, KY , at iihIhii. outcry t the hlghcvt and Iwst bid der liKK.fcN 1IKI VII PIUNOS, fue trom tho claim of dimror .r homoload of ilrtedent's widuw I hn tract uf land onloted to lie sold is the well-known (trvn Itrur Springs ptope',vi popular and Healthful Summer Resort I heSi'rlnjs rr f t,oiis Rr their life givlnc, med kina hIhI miner I wattrs I ne buildings ami rmnmutiiM .,r all new I he tract if land con- llof wU acie, tuatnl H tnWtt Itom Crab Orchard, Ky , cn the road to Dnpplng' Springs, comp Islon two tracts In one body, tie fiit con- taiuii IJ a m.rr "a me ujiiiuiu th- tint, containing iookiii On the Irrmrr tr it of 13 m reieril to the faulty of Mr RIhkU Sione the neM to use vva'er for fami ly purposes frn u the spring the prf sent 'tUncu awl in rner Nctiimiy tne rignuo use for family purpose from all the springs on sanl trti k and also a pas way over same lr his fillds ailjidnlrg it I he two insets will be sold us one. I h CommlssfuiMr wi'l alio pursuant to tho judgment herein o Situruav, the ant day of April i, between u A M.and J P. M. at the railway station at Paint I ick In Canard Co . tell at public outcry to th highoit and best btildor, LO I' In Oarrard county, Ky.. sltuatrd on the walru of Paint Lick and In thr forks 01 iIim Richmond, l.owHl and Spo.mvll.e turnplko rcli l'Uii will also bo id free of widiw's claim of duw er or homestrad Ibe (intti llriar .ptinci rnd the and Lot w. , irld to pay the debt ol tht decedent and th rusts this action, the proceeds nt the i moral property being insulli for that purpose Terms nl Salo Cre it sf sit months, llond with gtrnil MCiirny rcqulr d, payablo Its the bearinc Pr cent. Intel est from day ol site ana having the clfn.1 nf a jmtgraelit. l.len rcsemd em prtpetty .11 additi' nal lecurlly for purchaic price. It. C WAKKF.N. M C L. C. C. Coiiifiiishioiicr's Sale OP LAND. LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. Itevjanln Mnckrli's Dotiioos, Ac , 1'lffi. agist RrHlamtH lilac kt by ' DovHees, Ac, Dell. NsHtrc ol sale Pamuaiil to a juilgmoHt hofrsn at tho February t'rwiiMhn .uurt, the underigaoi OommissMtMr will J Mondnv, Aoril 9th, IVinc Hm tint dayaf Ihr April Irrm si lho l.ln coin County Court, at thocuurt house drr in tho town of Manlord, Ky ,beiwrn the hours of n a in and J p m. Mil to the high,! and be st Udder af public mitcry tne tract ol landoiilhe ivalr'l Dli Klver. in Llncc4n cotiniy. Kv , Heir Hubble, known as the lloijsmln lllaikorby Kmr place, snd Containing 1G3 35-100 Acres, And bounded ai folio lly the Danvtllo, DU Kiver .V Lancaster lurnpiko mad, en tLe north and t uih aud west by thr Kush llranch turnpike ruad and by the laid of James Kobimon, Simurl 'opoonamore ami others, and particularly tie-a nbrd by meln and bouuJs in the petition and ludgmont and ordered to bo M under ihejudi; merit aforesaid of thlscomt. Said tract by order of this court was subdivided Inio three parcels and tho subdlv stons will bt offciod separately, in lho following order The first panel of 1 1 acres nn tho east sido of lho Kush llramh pike ard adjoining th lands ol Samuel hpoonamoto, Mrs .Meocfco and Mrs. Ilall; then the heme plate, which uj 15-100 aires, iniluding tho dwelling and other improvements, and the third parcl of 44 80-100 acres on the west end of the plscc divided from the main body of land by a dno running from the tump ke road nearly due west to lairrs ltobinon's huo. including a bcute, tho lom'r reserving th bids IheConi'r will thru offer all of said tracts in nno lly, or the ioj aero tract and the 14 Su 100 aero tract In one body and the 1 j ino acre tract britsrif.the offer proouciii; most money lo K' the acccptod bid ur bids. The 1 n j$ 100 tract Includes tho family bu'ying' gioundi which is ol an acre; Jelucling saute leaves 10s 10 acres and a right of way over same lo said f uryiiig grounds. Is t" tho family ol llrnjainin II aikerby aid his heirs Tho land Is sold fur the purpose of division nt the proceeds lllackrrhv's drvners and will be offered as hen In mdicatod Purchaser or pur chasers will tie placnl In possrsiu h ol alicscept the land in wheal, wbemiver lho terms nt saleaie complied witb. Minnie lllanJ, Katie Waller and Klliabrh lllackeflit.hrir nril ol !i jamlu bung infants under 11 yeais id age, it n ad judge! that their inteirstin the proceeds ol sale be not loilwud. but retriain alien nn lho land until ihmr rtatHCllvr guar lanseircute ihe bonds required by liw or until troy reiptctlvely arrive at the Ke of si vears. 1 tvrms of sute. On 1 credit nl and u months, the purchaser 10 itocittobond with spproved -e runty, payable to th (ore r.Uintjliw Imrrcit liom day of sale until pait and having Ihe fnrce and illnl nf a ludgmi nt, upon which lin mil) issue If net paid at matunty Lion is it-served until all ihe purcri4o money is rmri H C W Willi N, M C. I. C ' ForTwo Cents (a stamp) any reader of Tiik I nt kkior Jouknai. can have a sample copy of The Southern Magazine by dropping a line to its publishers at Columbia Building, Louisville, KyM and can obtain a club rate on the Magazine and this paper by addressing the publisher of The Intkkiok Jouknai.. STOCK : MAKSZET AT OTTENHEIM. UeKiiimnK on the lat Montlfty In Mnrcb, i8.)l, and 011 ench first Muuday thtreallcr, a block Markot will be held at Otlenheim for the aate nf Hones, Cnitle, btiffp rfkd Hogs. Poisons having slock to sell or thoiu wishing to buy are invited to Hltend. 'there wdl le no charyi! to anybody. WM LAN DORA HK, Utttnhoim, Ky. " $100 saxa'WA.UD i My s4or was. bnrsud l'ritlay ntifht. Fb , ! kad I think iitMie 1 ol part ol 11 cbatenls, at.d for th arrest and couviction of guilty 1 w II parjioe, J A HAMMONDS. 1 -if Ky ?ews For Tlie LaiiiBS! I have resiled tho wwmr riamef Mrs. Kate Dud lirar'k MiUioery,5tci, aoat will be rsauly t aerv lie) alter Marvh 15th. I aak a lilieiil share f ysstr pntrwratu und will goaranteo seiKfactiou lit overy rival act. AH iwdera WelOru itai' dMe will ala ly nciivid ' y Mis l'uddirar. MlNSJINNlK CINMNOIIAM, i ( of l.cJhv.Ilc Ky x vMm'jmisiuci&uL POSTED. This notlc forewarns hunters, fithsrraec and others not to trespass on our lands without per mission, as all siiwh will be prosecuted to the fuj est catontof the law. Signed: m, r.ACKowtrz. T II NKWI.AND. O. C I.YON. KKKDItAUMANN. R L. WHITE. J I..IIKCK. I C HALL. PlilKIt IIALMKR. IS PHILLIPS. J. K HltUCK. 3IVEKS I2(H SIC LXYEHY STABLE p. WLCREENLProp. This stable, which Is run n connection with the well-known M)ers Hume, has been supplied witb A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, nt,.. rummer's Supplies nnd Is belter than evoi ptepaie 1 wupply tbo public with FIRST-CLASS 111(33 OF ALL, KINDS. Personal and provptaltention gi ven to Weddings Parties aud Muriate P. V. GKKKN. AL HUKNS. Manager Proprietor NW KorfolkiWestemRa Schedule Nov 19, JS9J LKAVK NOIllON DAILY l'J:BOl) III fr Uraham, liluefield, Pocahentu Lynchbun;, Kuhmord and Noilelk. Sleeping Cart I nun Roanoke U Norl(4k also from l.ybchburgls Klchmonil trains lor I'otahontna, I'owlmtan and fjooiln wiIIImvc llluefiehl dally at n jo a m, ii jj p lu. Leave HluoAold o y a m aud e mp m duly for Ketuiv ami OduRibus, O , Chicago and all psviuts West Pullman levpceon M p m train for Co umbos. Trains arrive at Nertou liout the Kast daily at 11 40 a m. Kir furthcrlnlarmation as In schodules,raleit ire . Jl'pJy to agents of Norfolk A- WVstrrn Kali-road W. ll.HKVILL, Oen. Pass. Agt Itmnoke, Vs. M K IIRA(i(J Trav l's Agent San Frmcisco Portland A World's Fair Record. CHICAGO - - IA- MM lCLlw",yliki H''tgaT iUfCaOetit PULLMANSAND PARLOR CARS. ONLY I INK FROM I.Ol liVII.LK RUNNING - DINING CARS. . WRI1K ro K. II. 1IACON. D P A. F J. HKKD.O. P A. LoJisvil'e, Ky. Uiileage, III. St. Paul. Denver. THE VEEI,Y Is a ten page eight column demoritic newspaper. It rontaliisthp !! 1 f cvorything gwng HENRY WATTEKSON is the du..r PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. ThoWKrKLV makes very lihoral terms to agent , and givis lief premiums fr t lubs Sample copies of the paper sshI. four page Premium Supj lemonl sent free to any addnes Write to Tho COURIER-JOURNAL CO. I.i)cViVII i.r, KY. The Serai - Weekly Interior Journal, And 1 ho Wee Ul v Courier-Journal Will be sent cue , ar lo any address fcr S3 ?w. Alrs, W. P WALTON. U Sttnford, Ky VOUIt FCTUKE J.rJe&il j "ir J.... S10J 1 -Ml . 1 X -" . . W V.A Nffil J.& " Sv la,ri7 " J conK P X " IC. x M IS IN YOUIt OWN IIANI). Palmistry ruviumos to tell what the lines In you hat.d Indicate. It will amuse j 011, If nothing more. The above ilUgram almost explains itself. The length of tho LINK OF LIFE indicatra probable aj;o to which you will live. Kach 11KACKLKT ltIvp,) yuu thirty yearn. Well-marked LINK OV 1IKW1 denote brain power: clear LI Mi OH FORTUNE, fame or riches, lloih combined meat. sticcesi In life; bat you must keip up ivlth modern Ideas to win It. You will find pknty of these In Dt'tnorrrt'!! Family Mngarlne, ao attractively pie- senled tint every member of the family li enter. talnrd. It Is 1 dozen magaxlnra In one. ACLKAK LINK OF KKAItT bcstunUs tondcrnen; a straight LINK OF FATK. peireful life; the reverse If crookeil A well . detltied LINK OF 11KALTH spares on docprs' bum J ro will the health hints lu Demurest', No other inngazlue publitht'i many sturiea to Interest the homo rlrcio. You trill be suhket to extremes of high spirits or encv if ou Inve tho OIItDI.K OP VKNL'a well marked keep np yocr spirit by having Deinoreit'i Ma,'ai ne to rtud. lly lubMriblnt; to It fur 1'3I you will receive a jilh ry of exipilsilo work of art nf gront value. Ix sides the hik rli prrniluiu picture. "I'm 11 DaDyt" which laalmorcaroal baby and oqmltothd original oil palniltigvvhkli c.nt A si and you will huvo a in itaxine that cannot ! qti:eil by any. ii the woild for Ifa taauilfiil lllustrntions an I mihjtrt matter, that will keni. vihi pxwtcd on all the 'op c of the day, ami all llw 'adf, uitd ditterent Items nf liitrrost aliunt the huehoM, bei.l'1'i furnishin',' Intcreitlng reading natter, both crtrvn anil gay. for tlw) "lioe family 1 and hl'y IK- nore'l'a 1 not n fashion masjrutln1', u f4oh!,iu pi? a aro irrfvet ami j'ou got with It, of cost, all tho latieri.j joh w ih to um duilne the yoar, and In any rice ) u thiose. Stud In - wbeerljstlon at on, only $on. and yei vv ttl got iJS (M u value. Additfa tli pulv . W. JeiiiiTni I)emnret, IS lt llih at,, York If yon uro tiiuvcqualnted with tbu liso, miiiI for a eopy. A LK moaiii hofioely; a iargn TlrtASfJIm, slty: losiif FIKbT DIVISION OK TIIUMII, erill; l-ONO SRCONI1 DIVISION. :y. Ttw MOl'NT Ol' JIU'ITBR lusinketH ; thai of SATCllN, prndoure : the SU, tdesxlor: .MAlW.conraw, JIOON. ATtl". love of pleasure; nndJIBIK UK. ifonco Tain our id'ice as above and J0" to poMCtii tho last and most ttluabl r.